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Now that the Celtics regular season is officially over, we can take a look at it overall. Unless you have been living under a rock all of the NBA season, then you know that the Celtics were at least good. They have been better than good and that is exactly why they finished their season off with the third best record in club history at 66-16. There was nothing that seemed to stop the Celtics the entire way through. Just take a look at their monthly records:
November: 13-2, December: 13-1, January: 10-5, February: 9-4, March: 13-3, April: 8-1
Not a bad run at all, especially in their worst month of February when they went Kevin Garnettless for a few games. Besides that the C’s went without injuries minus the injury that ended Scot Pollard’s season (they proved they really did not need him though), for basically the entire season. There were a few minor scrapes to some players here and there but overall it was a healthy season for Boston.